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2002    (2001)
Hot, hot, hot! That’s how I’d sum up the movie 2002, a fun, slightly campy action film. It stars Nicholas Tse, Hong Kong’s hottest movie and pop idol and Stephen Fung who is not far behind him. 2002 has action in an easy-to-understand sci-fi format (i.e. no hard thinking here), a couple of cool gadgets and two hot men for women to feast their eyes on. Tse stars as Tide, a psychic ghost hunter with a sidekick that is a ghost, (Sam Lee in a small but worthily, amusing part). This man/ghost team makes up a Special Unit of Spirit and Paranormal Investigation called 2002. They rid the human world of evil haunting spirits via an execution team comprised of a man and a ghost. This is a great arrangement until it’s time for Tide's sidekick to be reincarnated and he has to find a new partner. Thus Fung, as Wind, comes into the picture. The problem is, Wind is not dead and that means that Tide has to help him finish up any unresolved issues before he dies. It is a man/ghost partnership, or is it? The movie keeps you guessing the answer up until the end.
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